Sorry I pressed enter in my hurry.
Anyway. I have a 95 900setc. I had a problem with a fuse being blown to the wipers and back-up lights. I exchanged fuses, I did not have any extras, and not paying attention to which fuse I was removing I inadvertantly removed the fuse to the Airbag, or SRS. I did not realize this until I turned the car on to see if the wipers would work. Well, I have since put the fuse back, purchased additional ones and the light to the SRS will not go out. It seems the fault code is saved in memory. Is there a way to remove the fault code without having to go to the dealer? I know there is nothing wrong and I don't particulalry care for my dealership. Long story. After the car performs its normal checks, the light goes out then comes back on, as if it were stored in memory and not an existing problem. I have tried disconnecting the battery for a half hour, to no avail. When the SID performs its check, it comes back with all ok message. Thanks in advance for you help.
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